"One Man Mutiny", a brand new track from GUNS N' ROSES bassist Tommy Stinson, is available for free download on his official web site.Commented Stinson: "Thanks to you, we raised over $50,000 in my auction to help the Timkatec schools in Haiti. As a token of appreciation, I give to you 'One Man Mutiny'. You can watch the video [see below] and download the MP3 for free. "I can hardly express how much this has all meant to myself and to those involved. It's all especially impressive considering the current world economic climate. "'One Man Mutiny' was inspired by a conversation between our tour manager Del James, Richard Fortus [GUNS N' ROSES guitarist] and myself somewhere in Ireland. The video is Dizzy Reed [GUNS N' ROSES keyboardist], Richard, and I recording the song live to my laptop in the restaurant of the Conrad Hotel in Brussels, Belgium. "Thanks to Richard and Dizzy for helping to make the song what it is — well done, men!"
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